- Organizational Intelligence
- Managing the Technology Revolution
- Forecasting Change
William E. Halal is professor of management. An authority on emerging technologies, strategic management, and institutional and economic change, he has conducted research and consulting projects for General Motors, IBM, AT&T, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, International Data Corporation, Japanese firms, the Saudi Arabian Firm Petromin, and various governments. Halal’s publications have appeared in journals such as The California Management Review, Business in the Contemporary World, The Academy of Management Executive, Human Relations, Systems & Cybernetics, and Technological Forecasting & Social Change, as well as popular media like The New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor, Advertising Age, The New Portable MBA, and The Futurist. He has outlined the transition to a new system of business and economics for the Information Age. He describes how dynamic organizations are replacing the hierarchy with internal market economies. He shows that the principles of democracy and enterprise are transforming organizations. Halal studied engineering, business and economics, and the social sciences at Purdue and Berkeley, and he held positions as an Air Force officer, aerospace engineer, and business manager. He serves on the advisory boards of the World Future Society and Sterling & Stone Publishers, as well as several journals. Halal’s work has received prominent recognition. One paper, “Beyond the Profit-Motive,” won the Mitchell Prize. He was awarded the George Washington Honor Medal by the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge for excellence in the study of enterprise.
Books by Professor William E. Halal